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"alamos laboratory" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"An undergraduate at the University of Queensland has apparently proven that time travel without paradoxes is possible. . This is from a new paper published last week in the journal classical and quantum gravity by the student Germane to bar and his professor Fabio Kosta quoting popular mechanics. . The math itself is complex, , but it boils down to something fairly simple time travel discussion focuses on closed time like curves or CTC's something Albert Einstein I posited until Barton cost say that as long as. . Just two pieces of an entire scenario within a C. T. C. or still in causal order when you leave the rest is subject to local free will I results show that C. T. C.'s are not only compatible with determinism and with the local free choice of operations but also with a rich and diverse range of scenarios in dynamical processes, , their paper concludes end quote. . In other words stepping on a butterfly during a dinosaur hunting expedition would not entirely change the present world returned to and the way Mardi MC fly prevented his parents from meeting or accidentally left behind a sports ALMANAC for biff defined would not drastically change his present reality either. . Instead, , the mathematical research shows that time travel would be more akin to vendors endgame something that matches the findings from Los, , Alamos Laboratory earlier this summer. . Side No. . Los. . Alamos is also one of the few labs messing around with plutonium. . So All I'm saying is if you see a delorean cruising around New Mexico, , maybe watch out. . But essentially, , the findings say that you can go back to the past and mess with things a little bit but it will basically smooth over and eventually lead to the same results preventing things like the grandfather paradox in which you go back in time, , kill your own grandfather, , and then prevent yourself the time traveller from ever existing. . To Warren constant used relevant example from our present time to put their complex math into plain language quoting a press statement by the researchers say you traveled in time in an attempt to stop covid nineteen patient zero from being exposed to the virus? ? However, , if you stopped that individual from becoming infected that would eliminate the motivation for you to go back and stop the pandemic in the first place this is a paradox been inconsistency that often leads people to think that time travel cannot occur in our universe. . Logically, , it's hard to accept because that would affect our freedom to make any arbitrary action. . It would mean you can time travel. . You cannot do anything that would cause a paradox to occur. . In the coronavirus patient zero example, you , might try and stop patient zero from becoming infected, , but in doing so you would catch the virus and would become patient zero or someone else would no matter what you did. . The salient events would just recalibrate around you try. . As you might to create a paradox, , the events will always adjust themselves to avoid any inconsistency end quotes. . So our timelines are a bit more self-correcting than we thought and trying to adjust the time line. . We're currently living in to go back to one where perhaps a different person won an election and the berinstain bears are still the Bernstein bears probably isn't going to happen. . As NPR quoted from Stephen, , King's time travel novel eleven twenty to sixty three about trying to prevent the Kennedy assassination quotes. . The past is obdurate. . It doesn't want to be changed. .
Time Travel Theoretically Possible Without Leading To Paradoxes, Researchers Say
"An undergraduate at the University of Queensland has apparently proven that time travel without paradoxes is possible. This is from a new paper published last week in the journal classical and quantum gravity by the student Germane to bar and his professor Fabio Kosta quoting popular mechanics. The math itself is complex, but it boils down to something fairly simple time travel discussion focuses on closed time like curves or CTC's something Albert Einstein I posited until Barton cost say that as long as. Just two pieces of an entire scenario within a C. T. C. or still in causal order when you leave the rest is subject to local free will I results show that C. T. C.'s are not only compatible with determinism and with the local free choice of operations but also with a rich and diverse range of scenarios in dynamical processes, their paper concludes end quote. In other words stepping on a butterfly during a dinosaur hunting expedition would not entirely change the present world returned to and the way Mardi MC fly prevented his parents from meeting or accidentally left behind a sports ALMANAC for biff defined would not drastically change his present reality either. Instead, the mathematical research shows that time travel would be more akin to vendors endgame something that matches the findings from Los, Alamos Laboratory earlier this summer. Side No. Los. Alamos is also one of the few labs messing around with plutonium. So All I'm saying is if you see a delorean cruising around New Mexico, maybe watch out. But essentially, the findings say that you can go back to the past and mess with things a little bit but it will basically smooth over and eventually lead to the same results preventing things like the grandfather paradox in which you go back in time, kill your own grandfather, and then prevent yourself the time traveller from ever existing. To Warren constant used relevant example from our present time to put their complex math into plain language quoting a press statement by the researchers say you traveled in time in an attempt to stop covid nineteen patient zero from being exposed to the virus? However, if you stopped that individual from becoming infected that would eliminate the motivation for you to go back and stop the pandemic in the first place this is a paradox been inconsistency that often leads people to think that time travel cannot occur in our universe. Logically, it's hard to accept because that would affect our freedom to make any arbitrary action. It would mean you can time travel. You cannot do anything that would cause a paradox to occur. In the coronavirus patient zero example, you might try and stop patient zero from becoming infected, but in doing so you would catch the virus and would become patient zero or someone else would no matter what you did. The salient events would just recalibrate around you try. As you might to create a paradox, the events will always adjust themselves to avoid any inconsistency end quotes. So our timelines are a bit more self-correcting than we thought and trying to adjust the time line. We're currently living in to go back to one where perhaps a different person won an election and the berinstain bears are still the Bernstein bears probably isn't going to happen. As NPR quoted from Stephen, King's time travel novel eleven twenty to sixty three about trying to prevent the Kennedy assassination quotes. The past is obdurate. It doesn't want to be changed.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on People's Pharmacy
"Dr Ralph Farrukh is known as the Corona Virus Hunter. He's been studying these pathogens for more than thirty years in particular. He's been concerned about how they jumped without warning from. Amnesty people the FDA has issued an emergency use authorization for the antiviral drug rim severe to treat covert nineteen. Dr Baruch will tell us about the research on this drug and another promising medication and what they could mean for the pandemic in the future coming up on the People's pharmacy at conversation with the Corona virus hunter in the People's Pharmacy Health Headlines. New Data suggests that the corona virus causing covert nineteen escaped China long before anyone suspected it was a problem. Health officials in France tested samples from patients who were ill in December. Twenty nineteen one of them a forty two year old man who developed pneumonia but tested negative for influenza was found to have been infected with the corona virus. His blood sample was drawn on December twenty seventh approximately a month before the first covert nineteen patients were diagnosed in France. The man was sick for two weeks and infected both his children. No one knows how the men became infected with the corona virus since he had not traveled to China or anywhere else for that matter. Us officials have also found evidence that some people who died in California during February were infected with cove nineteen. This suggests that the virus was circulating in the community. Long before early cases were identified researchers at Los Alamos laboratories are reporting that the SARS covy to virus that Causes Cova Nineteen has mutated. The scientists have analyzed the genetic makeup of SARS two samples from around the world. They suggest that the new dominant strain is more transmissible than the original form of the virus from Wuhan China as a result it may also be more dangerous. The Los Alamos researchers expressed concern that the rapid rate of mutation might make vaccine development more challenging. Not everyone agrees however. The reprint has not yet been peer reviewed. Other researchers are skeptical that the mutation identified actually mixed the virus either more contagious or more deadly. There are no current successful treatments for Kovac nineteen but a preliminary study suggests that REMM does severe holds promise. Researchers are looking for other drugs. That could be repurpose to fight. Sars Koby to. They've identified a surprising number of approved medications. That may have antiviral activity on the other hand. They also made an alarming discovery. A common cough medicine. Dextrathoraphan seems to have pro viral activity in cell cultures. This medication made the infection. Worse since cough is a common symptom of covert nineteen. Some people may be exposing themselves to this medication. The authors of the study urge caution until we have more information about whether dextrathoraphan poses a real risk when people have covert nineteen while many commercials establishments have been severely affected by. Stay at home orders. Those that sell liquor beer and wine have been doing a brisk business. Consequently new research on a hangover remedy. That actually works could be welcome. German scientists tested a supplement containing polyphenol extracted from five different plants together with vitamins minerals and antioxidants. They compared it with treatment identical except for the plant extracts and a Placebo of glucose alone. All treatments were administered in flavored water to two hundred fourteen subjects randomly assigned to their treatment group. Those who got the plant polyphenyls of Sorolla prickly Pear Gingko Willow and ginger reported significantly less nausea headache and restlessness. Neither of the other treatments made any difference in hangover symptoms. The research also confirmed perhaps unnecessarily that hangover symptoms are caused by excess alcohol. Consumption Dehydration apparently does not play an important role. Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to a higher risk for cancer in general and Colo rectal cancer in particular a new study reveals that adequate levels of circulating vitamin D. Plus adequate magnesium intake was associated with a lower likelihood of death in colorectal cancer patients the authors note that magnesium is essential for the body to convert circulating vitamin D to its active form.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"But starting with a copy you don't get it's delicious sign me up tell me the one the top two percent want to turn off the lights in the bedroom all they have to do is everybody you can get a better Bernie Sanders then Larry David on Saturday I live thirty Sanders barely does a better it's just dead on good months so posted we like from that what more of will Ferrell is yeah Tom Stiers I want to speak directly to you America what housing affects everything where you sleep where you shop where you get your shoes shined where you buy your June raise peacocks relatable Starfire is an odd presence on the debate stage who for whatever reason he just doesn't have the normal gene which will Ferrell made fun of were very well your Matt gets is that we pronounce him dead of a river a Republican from Florida he was on CNN yesterday we had just mentioned how a particular phrase may have jumped the shark you're about to see it jumped the shark on CNN when politicians start saying it that's when it's over I have worked to be a positive influence of the president on marijuana reform to my friend Kelly Ann Conway I would say okay boomer I mean that's a very large to marijuana it's actually you see age that's that that her Pokemon go to the polls yeah man to me the cabler it's a rough when politicians try to do that it's just okay boomer all while of the nice woman from Minnesota what's her name culture she she has a bit of a problem now some of her lines are not to not that good some historians found another spot just recently it got no we would have gotten away with the two four for you meddling kids are going all the way back to World War two person has long since passed obvious late but the first atomic bomb was detonated on July sixteenth nineteen forty five now if you're a World War two fan like I am that would strike use you'd think July sixteenth the first bomb was detonated on July sixteenth we dropped the bomb on Japan the first week of August so it was just two weeks later the we actually used in the war to end World War two with Japan anyway that's how important the race for the atomic bomb was well so we developed the atomic bomb at Los Alamos just outside Santa Fe New Mexico a banner and just forty nine months later unfortunately the Soviets detonated nearly an identical device and we thought holy crap without we had the bombing nobody else did the Soviet Union had it how did they get it what we know a couple spies that had contributed that that got me into the Los Alamos laboratory and sent the information back but they just discovered another spy that was that was in there so they had four different spies in our top secret lab were developing the atomic bomb the most devastating weapon in the history of the world and still is today and they had spies in there to send the plans right back and they built their own as that is a failure is there is there a sense that were these people already spies before the application process to get into that or did they find people who are calm easily compromised already in there were different there are different kinds there there's both kind of Soviet spies but yeah it's amazing that they were able to that quickly to get that information anyway and troubling of course but they just figured out who the guy was just recently in them yeah we can we can arrest or anything at this point when back has a copy of the Gettysburg address in his office and nobody can quite figure out how that happened yeah Glenn Beck the radio host has a copy of the Gettysburg address in his office valued at twenty million dollars he got sent to him in the mail by by AM well the the people that they keep these sorts of things the archivists and I guess they're going back fans and thought that because only send it over to him there has it he said I'll try not to get chocolate sauce on it that's that's a good first maneuver and be pretty core tech it from chocolate sauce when you I'm and sauces while you're at it barbecue sauce that be bad to get on there you know I've never actually seen the Bora movie I probably should it is a cultural touchstone right it is not Sasha Baron it as best I think it is in his best stuff and what I first discovered him as was the only G. character but yeah bar at is certainly what launched into another stratosphere he is he's done things that I thought that haven't been cool in terms of embarrassing people that are you are you going to far but generally he's you know he's a prankster well this is him being incredibly serious Sascha Baron Cohen being incredibly serious about the role that hi tech plays in our world and what they could do and him turning his attention toward it well I don't know we'll see what happens also Quebec's seem to equate regulation of companies like his to the actions of the most repressive societies incredible this from one of the six people who decide what information so much of the world sees the Quebec get set Facebook summed up the giant Google at its parent company alphabet Larry page and Sergey Brin brings X. system all season which she skate you cheap and Jack Dorsey as Twitter the silicon six billionaires all Americans who care more about boosting their share price then about protecting democracy this is the only genealogical imperialism.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"That sounds like nineteen sixty two. All right. That was pretty interesting contours lead off with. Do you love me now that I can? The TV said he gets Johnny Carson I ever night, hosting the tonight show, then the most frightening days in nineteen sixty two Cuban missile crisis in Vialli the do breeze. And you belong to me. All slices of nineteen Fifty-two. You know that note about the Cuban missile crisis. Reminded me that the nineteen sixty two Santa Fe received a visit from president John F Kennedy. That's right. The president's touchdown at the center fame. You Nisa Blair port to speak to a crowd of about, oh, by five thousand people gathered to catch a glimpse of the president before his official. Visit the Los Alamos laboratories and JFK surprise the audience and his security staff by walking down the fence holding back. The crafts shake has with dozens of Santa fans. Yeah. I was there too, along with my high school freshman class. I stuck out my hand to, but I never did get to take the hand of the president, John F. Kennedy. Yeah. Nineteen sixty two that was pretty big year for Santa Fe in nineteen sixty two that's the year. The city received an official plaque from the US department of the interior, recognizing the plaza, as a national historic landmark been there since sixteen ten I read somewhere, which when you think about it makes plaza. Older than the US department of interior. Oh, the by the ways installed in one corner of the plaza right on the sidewalk there in front of the First National Bank and just in time to because nineteen sixty two also the year that the US State Department removed travel restrictions on Soviet visitors to Santa Fe. This had been among the dozen US close to Russians for secret strategic reasons. I'd speculate that are secret strategic reasons had something to do with Los Alamos all that was in the past all forgotten by nineteen sixty two. When Santa Fe was once again, free to say, welcome comrades. Not that Santa Fe was prepared for a communist invasion. Anyway, in nineteen sixty two wasn't even prepared for an atomic war. A civil defence study of Santa Fe revealed that the city could offer virtually no protection from fallout in the event of an atomic war that report was made public, by the way, just as the Cuban missile crisis, was unfolding, and when the nation was facing the real threat of nuclear war, according to this report, only about one hundred homes and savvy had their own fallout shelters. And there were fifty seven buildings in Santa Fe, which could possibly serve as shelters for as many as fourteen thousand people. But of those fifty seven only three were actually stocked for emergency, and the owners of many of those fifty seven buildings flatly refused to allow their uses public shelters. Among them, the Scottish, right temple, the Immanuel Lutheran church, Saint John's, Methodist church and Saint Vincent hospital, interesting. You're listening to. The Santa Fe hometown project. Yeah. The Santa Fe hometown project nineteen sixty two. It's well, well, frankly, it's more than you ever wanted to know about Santa Fe, the project is that of a hometown project will continue right after these brief announcements..
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on WTVN
"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you along with Scott line. The cleanup started by the way in August of seventy nine it ended officially in December of ninety three it cost about a billion dollars in. The incident was rated I five on a seven scale in terms of in international nuke event. That's pretty high Scott. Yeah. That means radiation escape in the industry tried to downplay that not enough came out with listener. At least fifteen million carries. That was admitted to now curious a huge number and unless you wanna go into technical stuff. I don't think we should talk about the the exacting details. Right. If you were to be a terrorist that would be more than a hundred million times matter aviation that you would be charged with eight dirty bomb or radiation dispersal device. So that gives you some idea that there was a possibility of health. Affects and what we've seen over the years and just recently a new development in the last year and a half is that the Hershey medical center, it's at school for the Penn State university for medicine, they have some doctors that are reviewing the thyroid cancers and going back and looking at post past thyroid cancers after the Three Mile Island nursing, a very different type of response to what the rest of the nation Caesar's Spiro cancers. So they're act excuse me, actually, making a link between that thyroid cancers that they're saying and Fremont releases. And when you look at the plumes, the maps of the plumes, and where these people are coming from they match up. So I think he's really starting to turn now where it because more believable, but the system was rigged to begin with. And here's how because the industry said not enough came out to do any damage all. The deeming logical studies up until the nineties came to the conclusion that yeah. People did die of there were increased cancer rates with lung cancers and leukemia, which is a blood cancer. But since not enough radiation came out, it couldn't have been Three Mile Island. Well, then what did explain those increase cancers and that trouble with those amounts of radiation? They were just estimates. No, one knew for sure. Heck? And some of the monitors weren't even on all of the systems at TMI went off scale high because they weren't prepared to measure that much radiation coming out. Good point Scott in your biggest issue with this not necessarily just Three Mile Island, but nuke power plants in general would be what? The the loss that can occur. So there's two types of risk one is the probability of something happening, which is small, but the consequences and the result, economically, health wise to your land is tremendous you may benefit for thirty years from a reactor and one bad day can cause you to lose more money than you ever saved or thought you were saving nuclear power is now turning out to be the most expensive for electric city in Pennsylvania and Three Mile Island is asking for a bailout through their lead company like they've done at some other states. But I think they're in for a surprise because the people already paid for two nuclear reactors got the use of one for less than ninety days. The courts made the people pay for the cleanup and the expenses that the company had and then in the nineties we went through deregulation of electrical rates all around the country. We bet out nuclear. Pennsylvania to the tune of nine billion dollars, then and they're still asking for more. I don't think it's going to sell here in Pennsylvania. Scott are my numbers. Correct. Sixty commercially operated nuke power plants in ninety eight reactors in thirty states. Yes. Yeah. And I was thinking about that today. Because I knew that would be one of the questions you ask. And I didn't have the exact count. I said I think we're down to ninety eight. So I I actually do trust at. That's correct. I remember when I first started it with a hundred and five so we're going backwards because some of these fans are aging and having some aging problems mechanical troubles. And and now we're seeing with the lower gas prices gas generation of electricity, particularly around here Marcella shale. It's nuclear is. No longer the king. In fact, solar energy and wind is actually cheaper to generate. The knows sure is now can we shut down these plants. These sixty plants and replace them as a power source that'll take time. I don't know how many years, but that's going to happen naturally. There's no financial advisor anywhere in this country going to tell you to invest in nuclear because Wall Street's been running away from it for years. There's only been a couple of companies that decided to take a gamble on purchasing nuclear plants. So when Three Mile Island with sold about ten years ago or fifteen years ago to a company at that time called Amerson they pay the equivalent buying a Cadillac car for the price of gasoline that was still an attack. So they paid a hundred thousand dollars for a nuclear plant. Jeez. And in the latest plant has gone on line as of October of two thousand sixteen called the watch bar unit. Where is that? Boy. I think that's down in Louisiana. I, you know, I don't know that one sorry. We'll get the. Delays with that for years. And now there's there's four other reactors that were being built and two of them. The they've given up on one of those one is very questionable, and and then the last one still going head. In. It's in Tennessee. That's right. And they just can't afford it things going from estimated eight or nine billion dollars to thirteen billion right now. And it's probably going to go higher than that. Now, how how is nuclear energy when they can't even build them. Well, sometimes the companies blamed environmental activists anti-nuclear people. They're making us have so many regulations the in recent years, we're seeing regulations declined to the point. It's reminding us of what happened before Three Mile Island. Phil we're concerned about that. What about your noble and Fukushima what's the situation out there? Now, what's your noble name? We're able to put a sarcophagus around the entire building. And now the dust radioactive dust won't blow out of there. But that lands been ruin for years and the wildlife some of its flourishing it's showing signs of genetic damage at a rate up to one hundred times greater than normal. Field mice and some of the other animals. They actually are taking the time to measure nursing genetic damage and mutations that are happening in a matter of years instead of a thousand years like they would expect they still have the exclusion zone. Some of the vegetation is still coming up radioactive with God park. So you. Caesium was released out into the air, and then fell onto the ground and cesium just doesn't go away. It's gonna stay there for a long time. Focus enough. We just had some Japanese citizens who are working at activists there two our Three Mile Island alert dinner, which was last Saturday night, and they were explaining to us. First of all how impressed they were with how strong we are. And that actually is highlighting the fact that the Japanese people really being hammered by the media and the efforts from the government through the media to not talk about the damage that's done. And they're seeing thyroid cancers, many many families have been dislocated and broken apart from the Fukushima evacuations and their children are being bullied as being Newton's things like this at their schools. I it's very sad and overland Japan. If if you know anything about their culture, they tended to believe their government, even more than we did here in Harrisburg area. And it's actually quite a shock to them to think that the government has lied to them and many people are just going along because that's how you have to get along. And when they come here and see what we've done there. They can't express lessons loudly enough for with enough emotion. How proud. They are that we stand up. Well, that's the nature of Americans. It's too bad that they haven't learned to do that in other countries, the great author John Fuller wrote a book called we almost lost Detroit about the Fermi possibilities that could have been a disaster of biblical proportions Scott. Yeah. Yeah. You were there weren't you? I was born there. What did you think? She while. I was a little too young to really understand because they kind of kept it, quiet. I'm told. Oh, that's what that's I mean. The same thing happens that every single nuclear accident. In fact, when I went to a Nuclear Regulatory Commission meeting on the state of the art reactor consequences reactor consequences analysis. It's you would say source is how they pronounced it. And the only reason they're trying to impress on people. How babe reanalysed all this? And there's not gonna be there'll be time for an evacuation. There's not going to be any health effects. They added some computer programming now, I tour apart and fifteen minutes time using their own documents from the Los Alamos laboratory and the follow was there who wrote the program for Mel court. It's called if anybody's interested in looking it up. I couldn't name his name, but I don't want to embarrass him. I'm. Embarrassing. Unfortunately at that meeting, and he and I talked to afterwards. He say, Scott, everything you said is right. And I said, I'm sorry. I knew it was going to hurt hurt. Somebody's child meaning his work. But it had to be said. And the biggest problem is that these computer simulations are only good for about fifteen minutes at a stretch. And then the mathematical algorithms and so forth can bring back so many divergent results. That'd be comes meaning lists and their track. The energy was trying to Bank on this new computer program, but the computers are only as good as they influence and when something's dot com. Plex like hydro Thermo hydro hydrodynamics or even predicting the weather exactly you need millions and millions of pieces of input. And then you have to have the mathematics to crunch those numbers. Well, we don't have that yet. So using their own documents in their own warnings from Los Alamos about computer simulations still aren't there yet? The the poor leader of the meeting. This is different than the that wrote the program. He he stopped being able to talk property and started stammering to the point. It was it was kind of embarrassing and you felt sorry for sometimes people's Amherst daughter, and maybe smile a little bit. But oh my gosh. This guy became so nervous. Because what I said and the whole the entire room their heads were down. These were almost all pro nuclear people. I wish somebody else could have seen it other than Paul Gunter from beyond nuclear with air to witness it. It was really something. We've been a huge audience and Canada's Scott and one person has emailed me saying how many nuclear power plants in Canada. There's about five I think not a lot. I think there's more than that. But there might and might be five sites. I'm not familiar with things too much out of my area expertise 'cause I focus so heavily on that. But at the Pickering nuclear plant, which is across one of the Great Lakes. I guess it's here on -tario excuse me, like Ontario from Rochester is eight. Reactors at the Pickering nuclear plant, and the one this is where I got hesitant. But you say what's my biggest concern, I did say the risks to be more specific terrorism. So if you have eight targets that if they went up or even half of them what I could wipe out.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Yellow, that's big up the phone. When you call me on the phone, y'all. Actually, I just got back from Japan. They, there's bushy wishy washy. I like Mucci better than Erla anyways, this has been greenfield making all these annoying sounds for you and I went to Bellevue Bill Gates neighbor over there. Billionaire named now, Wien Jane, brilliant, dude. I chance to interview him about Viacom and answer or rather ask him a lot of the difficult questions that a lot of people been wondering about this whole volume thing and kinda put him in the hot seat. We record this with a video crew in their office, so the audio might sound different than what you're used to. And you can also find some cool videos to go along with it. If you go to the show notes along with special link to via more, you can get moved to the front of the line to get your violent tests because a lot of people wait very long line for months because they use Los Alamos laboratories and they have kind of like a a scale ability issues far as you being. To get your tests as fast as you want it. But if you're not, if you use the link of got in the show notes, which I'll tell you during the show you're going to be good to go. So the other thing is that when it comes to your microbiome, one of the best ways to feed your micro biomass is via wild plant extracts and the polyphenyls they're in. They do a really good job balancing the micro bio. And in addition, there are ingredients like rock Lotus extra, for example, that cleanses the liver. And that is associated with a reduction in the rate at which telomeres lengthen it has. Longevity effect lowers levels of insulin insulin growth factor. It's a calorie restriction Mimetic which means it mimics effects of fasting as well. There's another one called bitter melon extract very similar, like exercise in a pill does the same thing, but significantly reduces blood sugar levels, especially if you pop a couple before you to hire carb or higher starch meal are carbon higher star. You're kind of the same thing. Aren't they? Anyways, this is all over key on you go to to kion.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Over the internet to search Facebook. For key words, his body found him in comment in a Facebook group from a man who said his neighbor claim to have worked with Lazar and then corporal got in contact with this man who eventually got him in touch with the neighbor who turns out to be a legitimate physicist. Cordell was able to confirm did work at Los Alamos laboratories. Cordell asked visist this man, supposing him Dr. Robert Crandall if he would be willing to go public with his claims, the guy said yes. And now there's audio, no video, but audio recording of Dr Krankl confirming he worked with Bob Lazar. Here's the thing I have googled every variation of Dr. Robert Crandall I can think of Dr Krankl Mitee DR Congo Los Alamos Dr cranial area, fifty one. You know, just Dr Krankl you know, like whatever Robert Krankl Bob Krankl I've tried alternate spellings of his last name kringle nothing. The only shit that comes up is the Cornell audio interview posted in two thousand fifteen or articles. On various Ufology type website citing or embedding this one interview. It all comes back to the same every single time beyond fishy. Do you understand how rare it is in two thousand eighteen to not show up on the whip just to test this. I googled my about to turn eighty six year old grandfather ward hall, a man who has never posted a single thing online. A man who has literally never owned a computer. He's never had a laptop. He's never had a desktop. He's never had an ipad. He has no internet service at his house. He does have an iphone the, he only knows how to work the weather app on an EMMY phone calls. He has not a text. He's never had an Email address ever. He's never had a social media account. He didn't even really understand what social he knows. I have a podcast, but it doesn't know the podcast is the the last time we talked. He asked me how my podcast writing job was going. He asked me how the writing was going. Apparently he thinks I just, you know, Email you guys shit every week. And info came up about my grandpa online immediately, white pages dot com. Family tree dot com or screaming family tree now dot com..
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Turn it tune in. And then Lazar story after his Japanese airwaves goes worldwide, and then people start scrutinizing his story. Looking into his life and well have that's not good for Bob's credibility. First off, those are claims. He had degrees from MIT and Caltech, Nope. Neither institution has a record of his attendance. Stanton, Friedman prominent ufologist actual retired nuclear. Physicists was able to verify that Lazar took electron IX courses in the late nineteen seventies not at MIT, not at Caltech, but at Pierce, junior college would a little different which is slightly different. It's an l. a. in the same, he took these class at the same time. He was supposedly attending MIT in Massachusetts side. There's ever been someone who's simultaneously went to Pierce and also MIT. He further determined that Lazar had graduated from high school in the bottom. Third of his class bottom third, and that the only science course you took was chemistry. So other Ufologists are now calling this guy out, not a good sign the Stanton by the way, opened to believing in some pretty extreme stuff. You know, he he's he's not a real skeptic. He's a big believer in the Roswell crash actually being an alien spaceship crash. Now, if you listen to my Ilian extravaganza suck, you know that I don't believe that I came into collusion that it was in fact a weather balloon. But even Stanton, even the guy who believes in aliens arise will doesn't believe aliens were taken from Roswell area, fifty one, which which makes no sense by the way, because if you wasn't a fucking thing until nineteen fifty five Roswell happen in nineteen forty, seven. So how was the alien taken to a place didn't exist yet? Anyway, stand believes that Lazar graduated in the bottom. Third of his class, you know, which would certainly exclude him from MIT. You know, MIT Hewlett takes the product the top one or two percent. And even out of those two, they take people have taken a lot of science courses. Friedman believes that Lazar lied about attending Caltech. Yeah, no professors remember Lazar he was not in any yearbooks. There was no records of him attending. He could not remember the year. He even obtained his master's there. He was a member of no professional bodies. An MIT has confirmed. There's no way to. Expunge someone from their records. Numerous other researchers now been able to find any records supporting his claims of having received degrees even worse. No research can find anyone who claims to have even seen him ever at either place. One man does claim. He tracked down a scientist who worked at Los Alamos laboratories with Bob, supposedly this guy, Jeremy Corbeil a documentary filmmaker who I've watched videos on YouTube. He has several films in the works. One of them with Lazar about Lazar the man behind the. He's a man behind the website, extraordinary beliefs dot com. And he says that he used some innovative research techniques to find a witness, willing to go on record to say that they were working with Bob at, you know, a one of the facilities he claims little conflict of interest here, though the dude who makes aliens have landed type documentaries. The man who tried to sell a film about shipping founded, you know area fifty one with with Bob Lazar is saying that he magically is proven that Lazar is telling the truth, very convenient. Cordell says in researching Lazar claims, he used software that can run automated tasks..
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Directed the collection of military intelligence on the German nuclear energy project and helped select the cities and Japan that were chosen as targets. Paul Newman played him in the nineteen Eighty-nine, fat man and little boy movie that reenacts the Manhattan project. And that's that's a whole nother sect. Manhattan project j Robert Oppenheimer was the American theoretical physicist and professor of physics at the university of California. Berkeley Oppenheimer was the wartime head of the Los Alamos laboratory New Mexico. And among those who are credited with being the father of the atomic bomb for their role in the Manhattan project. Dwight Schultz, aka Murdoch from eighteen old series plays Oppenheimer and fat man a little boy, and these guys were crucial to development. Atomic bombs dropped at Nagasaki and here Shema. The bombs that would inspire Oppenheimer to quote ancient Hindu scripture and say, now I am become death. The destroyer of worlds on July sixteenth, nineteen, forty five. The atomic bomb is tested inside the white sands proving ground the New Mexico high desert just over one hundred miles west of America's butthole. Roswell New Mexico now. Interesting. Trivia, the first atomic bombs price tag factor in the research and infrastructure created the went into completing it adjusted for inflation. Twenty eight billion dollars. Yeah, very, very expensive weapon about nineteen forty five. The Manhattan project had eighty offices and dozens production plants spread all over the country and clothing. A sixty thousand acre facility in rural Tennessee outside of Knoxville, town called Oak Ridge that pulled more power. Often nations, electrical grid than New York City did on any given night, roughly thirty thousand people live in oakridge today, and it wasn't even officially incorporated into a town until nineteen Fifty-nine the ma- the Manhattan project essentially created this town, the government still the town's primary employer. August nineteen. Forty five atomic bomb, dropped on Hiroshima on August. Sixth, another one Negga sake August night over one hundred twenty nine thousand Japanese soldiers and civilians are killed in the first and last nuclear weapons strike in US warfare history. Japan, announced his surrender. On August fifteenth. Okay. August four, I nineteen forty. Six. The atomic energy act is signed into law by president. Harry, Truman. I signing a presidential aide herd. Truman whisper, Kalam, Kalam, all. And then the president stared off in the middle distance and muttered I am the God of light and I will bring my thunder down against any who pose my will, and then he cried softly for a bit. And then he complained of feeling lightheaded, lie down for a while to connect. Nap now he only signed a Bill. I have no proof that other shit. It was. It was the atomic energy act that with the atomic energy act of designation born classified came to be and it was the atomic energy commission that would oversee the building of seventy thousand nuclear bombs in sixty five different cities. Jimmy, excuse me, sixty five different sizes and styles. The atomic energy commission will be the first entity to control area, fifty one, and it would do so with unprecedented power. Unless explain this notion of born classified real quick for history buffs out there. The first law passed in the US officially criminalising leading an enemy know about sensitive military information was the defense secrets act of nineteen eleven criminalized obtaining or delivering information respecting the national defense to which he is not lawfully entitled, then a nineteen seventeen. The espionage act was passed shortly after US entry into a one, basically just imposed differ penalties than the nineteen eleven act such as the death penalty. Easy for revealing sensitive information, but not letting the enemy know about sensitive military information is different than officially keeping secrets from not only the enemy, but also the US public and many in the government itself. The notion of born classified or born secret introduced in the Tomich energy act was new information can now be classified from the moment of its inception info could be and was deemed classify without having to be formally evaluated by any governmental oversight, cutting agency or committee. You know, they could create whatever they felt was important to create under the general instruction of build whatever you need to build to fuck Russia up. If World War three breaks out, no Senate committee is going to be peaking over your shoulder. No oversight at all..
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Little well we've been dancing around on a little bit of everything really good tonight there will appreciate all that go ahead get back to the phones in deady boppers all set now did he your price switch gears on us because you've got some serious stuff to talk about right correct your last caller that's find is not creative obama itself forever grad saw yeah donald trump would have a what kind of stupid because trump has an emigrant i completely legal misleading donald trump has never been any immigrant integration yeah right the illegal alien who have violated i ordered criminal when you sneak in the country you're committing a crime against our country as plain and simple language doesn't matter now i know that there's they're trying to say that people are fleeing and so they're filing for what's the the terminology on that file there's another topic for another day right misleading silence sanctuary immigration and just getting things wrong we'll see one another day but i two now with these sure i'm going to be indicted russia's gonna demand to me me personally okay i've ever said that russia create occasion russia bulgarian hungarian cycles avakian yugoslavian romanian the entire soviet la okay i have actor system that is what i did for a living for the united states of america intelligence community all right now russians are doing the same thing yeah this is what they get paid to do this is what vodka vodka tables and skinner belly family and china's got their own version of these russian hackers and they've been playing shenanigans with every therapy spying on everybody i mean obama was wiretapping what merkel's phone or maize phone or whatever you just said about the chinese there okay bill richardson i was taken back to bill bill clinton yeah he didn't make his administration to i spy was fired billers always fired that dot johnny jolly wong alamos laboratory yeah by united histories on fire the democrats do is they don't beat them felt shade them up sal valid spellbound del valle del bell fire them they might even indict him in absentia from another country which is never gonna come to fruition anyway but they won't now think about it you don't fires spies counterintelligence blowing apple supposed to do is you're supposed to catch him gel them okay like aldridge james like julius rosenberg powers amal yada yada yada all right let another plane obama like a fine tooth settled by the one i gave you here title tell you how we'll get started project pelican pelican which is all aw go down in cape i spoke about it before the first time final twentyfive agencies under the obama administration thirty five was sold to a foreign entity connected with vladimir putin yes the russians now own eight for thirty five years the united states import you could look it up by google maps look down and see the call potatoes that we should we will allow the country's a truck this is opening up that cell should have never taken place next to this volcano cape canaveral on the other side of the novel loopier now that's number one number two you got one a factor and chuck schumer doesn't trump not meet the bladder footing alone position to be giving advice the donald trump well they're playing to their audience fake news media they want the sound bites be played to the american people like they should be included well they wanna have other people's thinking leak all this information to their media hacks and twist everything all around but trump's not gonna fall for that bait i mean he needs to go ahead and had the meeting well they did everything they want they could sabotage the meeting with little rocket man you know that and they're still out there trying to sabotage him denuclearizing north korea the data and other reason why he doesn't need it eight before he does meet before are you talking about foreign palestinian says you got to step back and look at the entire chestful chessboard one single and added tire test for the entire world right now tell just goes as far as our national security okay now wash it has a role to play in north korea as well here they got a twenty four mile border with north korea okay we got a.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland
"He died from the effects of the gamma rays from the bomb apparently he was not hurt when i first saw the nature of such injury the gamma rays which travel at the rate of two hundred thousand miles a second throw him at the instant of the explosion right through in the damages instantaneous radiation was destroyed the white core bustles in the blood the part of the fight infection victim has nothing with which to fight infection so he died that's what happened about young scientists dr lewis locking the los alamos laboratory just a few weeks ago i don't know how many died the same way no one will ever know mr reporter that's what might happen to the crew of your battlewagons if it's close enough to the explosion whether or not it's sunk by the blast to the atomic bomb the scientists turned to the reporter at king you mean those rays can penetrate the armor of a battleship like x rays go through your skin armor three to six inches thick warmer of that thickness would cut down the raise but they might still kill every living thing on the shift if it was close enough to the blessed immediately no but in a matter of days and then your ship would be floating more a ghost ship with not one living personable of what values such a battleship even if it remains afloat and when atomic bombs exploded underwater then there's a great question whether any ship on earth.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"A world that he had made more dangerous um now let's talk about your own legal and human rights work foca why do you think you were drawn to this i think the most concise answer to that must be that a human rights lawyer is a lawyer who got mad the idea that there would be mistreatment of prisoners um miss treatment of women this treatment of human beings in times of war if you have a knowledge of the law in such a way as to try to redress those wrongs and you have a moral obligation to do something about it to use that skill just as a doctor who has knowledge of how the body works has an obligation to help people who are sick but it's also an interesting challenge as a quaker because of a win i am representing a torture survivor um and trying to hold a torturer to account in a court in the united states i need to connect with the humanity of the torturer i need to try to connect with his because it mostly has hit his humanity however it got perverted whatever it was the quaker discipline if you will requires that we look for an answer that of god in every human being so yes at the same time is trying to hold them accountable and to say you did this on he did this to my client they suffered in this particular way the idea i think is to try to recognize that uh uh nothing that is human is alien to me any final thoughts good luck to us all ralf stein heart is a member of the quaker meeting in bethesda maryland and a professor at george washington university law school in washington d c thank you so much for sharing your story in your thoughts with us today thank you marine it's a pleasure to be with you the man who has been called the father of the atombomb jay robert oppenheimer west the wartime head at the los alamos laboratory in new mexico and it was there on july 16th 1945 that he and his fellow scientists conducted the trinity test the first detonation of a nuclear weapon but to my next guest oppenheimer was also a secular ju a.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Well basically they they use a a special form of analysis they'd they license some technology from i believe los alamos laboratories 'cause they they just had like a bullet a cash the guy runs it's like a billionaire you know he's he's i got the rights to to to land on the moon in just a crazy outburst aims no wien jane religion guy actually which was house to the interim musa's in this like mcmansions ana on lake washington over in seattle and i guess what what they do to identify the microorganisms in your gut is a different type of microbiome sequencing meaning from what i understand like the normal form of sequencing is called sixteen s sequencing which is like with the american got project or you buy on would use and that tells you a little bit about your gut bacteria but this other form of sequencing called met a transcript own sequencing which is what via muses apparently allows you to identify all back and who really all living organisms in your got like viruses nor k and yeast and fungaya parasites and bacteria of asia's but at a very high resolution so instead of just getting we'll be called like the genus of the of the species you get the species in the strain level as well so you can they know exactly like which metabolites are being produced in which ones are missing and even like like which food groups you might need to add or avoid so it's it's extremely interesting and on what the reason i ask is i'm actually curious to go back into my violent results now that you've told me this and see if i have that specific strain present at all because i did tests for all strains on i'm just curious now it's interesting i actually got to give me a link to that swaps that actually like to find a way to check that out missile ya.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Mark i i suggested my suggestion was slightly different who was saying we've already given south korea the fad system why don't we give it to japan which actually is threatened by these missiles flying overhead and say japan we're going to give you the system will allow you to shoot em let shoot em down were during boost phase and have them come at you know crashing back down it would certainly send a message to kim jongun absolutely and then on top of it is another thing that will get china invention why don't we send the team from from los alamos laboratory to japan and up to compel with japanese scientists about if japan were to decide to have a nuclear programme what would you know look up some technical consultations on what a new japanese nuclear elevators but maybe we should help the japanese get a nuclear weapon to uh to defend against that that would that would wake up people in beijing i mean we gotta do we need some creativity here we need something that though that are going to edited that are going to help them risk of that are going to send the message that this is not the same old stopped and it not just rhetoric i mean they've what trump said in that age was fantastic but now that'd be backed up with action uh and creative action i like all of those ideas and especially you know that i have a soft spot for taiwan why don't we start giving a taiwanese a few more weapons i would send a message as well and say you wanna buy some new jets we'll solemn to you because china's not impressing us with their their uh their friend uh they're they're ally like behavior of their behavior in trying to help us solve this problem mark i got a break but i thank you so much have a wonderful weekend uk take care loss that's mark thiessen for the washington post and also the american enterprise institute i'll get back to your phone calls right after the break its first amendment friday in your calls are.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on WDRC
"Allow you to shoot around let shoot em down route during boost phase and have them come at you know crashing back down it would certainly send a message to kim jongun absolutely and then on top of it another thing that will get on it and we found that came from from los alamos laboratory to japan and up to console japanese scientists about if japan were to decided to have a nuclear programme what would know look up some technical consultations on one of new japanese nuclear brcko availa i could maybe we should help the japanese get a nuclear weapon to uh to defend against that that would that would wake up equal in beijing and then we gotta do we need them creativity air we need some things that are that are going to that are going to help them risk of that are going to send the message that this is not the same old stuff and it's not just rhetoric i mean it what trump said in that eight was fantastic would go now got to be backed up with action uh and creative action i i like all of those ideas and especially you know that i have a soft spot for taiwan why don't we start give you a taiwanese a few more weapons i would send a message china's well and say you want to buy some new jets will solemn to you because china's not impressing us with their their uh their friend uh they're they're ally like behavior of their behavior and trying to help us solve this prompt mark i got a break but i thank you so much have a wonderful weekend that's mark thiessen for the washington post and also the american enterprise institute i'll get back to your phone calls right after the break its first amendment friday and your calls are welcome at eight six six four three nine five to seven seven send your emails for talk of lars larson vodka moore's larson show kti maintenance and southwick brings you this back to school auto safety reminder now that our children are back in school.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on WLAC
"The dave ramsey show weekday afternoons from five to late by newsradio fifteen ten wsaz great the day the the day the world went nuclear new book for a young readers is the companion to killing the rising sun by bill o'reilly he's got a pullout bill i'm going to take your paul you tell me if i'm right or wrong okay test your knowledge of the atomic bomb history latest poll on bill o'reilly dot com where was the first of tomic bomb successfully tested it was new mexico correct where did the physicist enrico fermi i meet with davy officials to discuss of fission i'm probably wrong in this but i want to say columbia university i think that's correct but i'm not sure all this is your what hold my it is i'm bill o'reilly got on but i didn't do the by genius some bond did are i i don't get all right okay i think colombia's right don't you albert einstein wrote to which president urging him to look into atomic research that would be roosevelt yet we go on board early in what year did more money become available for uranium research from the war department i'd like to say nineteen forty two it's thirty nine forty forty one forty two degrees earlier today who was put in charge of the new uranium research project i want to say that was oppenheimer very good at what was the project name manhattan project what who was the director at the los alamos laboratory i'd like to say it's leslie grove's yes there wounds how many times have any types of bombs were being developed during the war to correct i think it to it might be you know that's a tough question is a lot of nuance cake by go to the united states dropped atomic bombs on which japanese city it was easy of course it was uh tokyo and a fairbanks at all i got village the rain after many tens years of negotiation what was signed in 1963 who comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty i would say the i say a limited nuclear testban treaty yes okay uh bill o'reilly teeny a tall test so let's go to let's go to uh uh what congress should be doing right now doak i just before we get there i just want to tell.
"alamos laboratory" Discussed on KPCC
"Procedures at all locations and batted currently napa tuition happy view by tournament will run are getting an at times i want to ask jaffer come so two points quickly one is that charlie mellon who runs the los alamos laboratory and has presided over this period in which los alamos has been cited repeatedly for safe pti lapses rous is a nuclear physicist and the weapons designer but he is also an officer in the corporation that runs los alamos his salary we don't know exactly what his what portion of his compensation a salary and what portion there's other forms of remuneration but it's a mill it's over a million dollars a year so the idea is that the critics of this up of the setup say that his incentives are uh can be more financial than scientific i will leave at fair enough thank both of you for taking time but to be with us today jeff smith managing editor for the senate republican tag ready and david over ski who is the president of decision factors inc a private contractor who provided consultation to the government on nuclear war epipens and you can check out the five article series for the from the center for public integrity at science friday dot com slash safety after the break we're going to take a right where the researcher tracked polar bears out on the arctic ice to monitor heather bears are holding up we'll be taking your polar bear question so stay with us you can ask those questions vowers number eight four four seven two four eight two five five will be right back after the spray oh am i replayed on this is science friday from pri.